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are still on the loose. they escaped under the noses of guards. >>> and chris brown arrested over the weekend for assault, a major decision and charges tonight. we'll have that coming up. ido more with less with buless energy. hp is helping ups do just that. soon, the world's most intelligent servers, designed by hp, will give ups over twice the performance, using forty percent less energy. multiply that across over a thousand locations, and they'll provide the same benefit to the environment as over 60,000 trees. that's a trend we can all get behind. a body at rest tends to stay at rest... while a body in motion tends to stay in motion. staying active can actually ease arthritis symptoms. but if you have arthritis, staying active can be difficult. prescription celebrex can help relieve arthritis pain so your body can stay in motion. because just one 200mg celebrex a day can provide 24 hour relief for many with arthritis pain and inflammation. plus, in clinical studies, celebrex is proven to improve daily physical function so moving is easier. celebrex can be taken with or without
who escaped an oklahoma jail captured and two more on the loose. >>> chris brown set free from jail after getting a big break in court. >> i'll say. >>> plus, it is time for the morning rhyme. tweet us with your own original verse. it can be about anything. the #early start and #early rhyme and we will read the best ones on the air in the next half hour. [ male announcer ] scope outlast gives you a long-lasting fresh breath feeling. so you have the courage to jump in... go in for the hug... or make sparks fly. for a fresh breath feeling that lasts up to 5x longer, get scope outlast. a confident retirement. those dreams, there's just no way we're going to let them die. ♪ like they helped millions of others. by listening. planning. working one on one. that's what ameriprise financial does. that's what they can do with you. that's how ameriprise puts more within reach. ♪ you may be muddling through allergies. try zyrtec-d®. powerful relief of nasal congestion and other allergy symptoms -- all in one pill. zyrtec-d®. at the pharmacy counter. and other allergy symptoms -- all in on
. and they begin to put those improvements to the test against the browns. >> we've got a long way toss go. we haven't been operating the way we want to. but we're heading in the right direction. i think we're starting to create an identity and go after something. you know, just excited about doing that. >> reporter: the ravens beat the browns here in baltimore in september. 11th straight time, they've beaten their division rivals. will they make it 12 in a row sunday? we ask our experts. >> ravens return from the bye week, hopefully refreshed as they go from the cleveland and look at the browns. i'm looking at ravens, 20. browns, 13. >>> ravens really need a win. but a big one. they need to clobber these guys. i'm picking the ravens, though, 24-21. >>> coming off the bye week, the ravens have the best record in the nfl since 2002. in fact, under john harbaugh, they've never lost after the bye week. that won't change in cleveland this week. ranks win it, 17-13. >>> ravens steal their halloween candy. bullies make it again. ravens over the browns, 24-17. >>> the ravens have held their last two
to get back in that win column. see the game versus the cleveland browns sunday, at 4:15, live on wjz. >> i spike my paper football at you, mary. >> you try. you are still behind me with your ball. >> jackson is in the hunt. >> it missed. all right. still ahead, tonight on wjz's eyewitness news. we have some information about a crime spree. a texas mab is in -- man is in custody, accused in a violent rampage. what police are finding out about him coming up. >>> a kiss in a cab turns into a lawsuit where a taxi driver tried to make this couple get out. details ahead. >>> i'm meteorologist chelsea ingram. live with the wjz mobile weather lab here at the inner harbor. bob and i will have a look at your wednesday and five-day forecasts, when we come back. ,, >>> 20 minutes from now. see the clouds out to the west? they'll be with us tonight. and during the day tomorrow, may be a sprinkle or two. with more on the forecast, here's chelsea, live at the inner harbor. chelsea? >> thanks, bob. hello, everyone. we'll start the day out tomorrow, on a mild note. with temperatures coming up around
and dangerous now reduced to a search for two men. we confirmed through the sheriff's office that brow wn brown and brown are captures, they're still looking for anthonyman ndonga and triston cheadle. there's a search throughout the county and state to find them, and as you mentioned, these four men managed to escape this detention center through that maintenance hatch. they were able to get through that and get to a room where the door was opened and they walked out. again, two men in custody. the search continues for two others, brooke. >> thank you. i want to bring in lynn berry with me now because now that we've got the news that two, is sounds like are epirehended, two are still on the lam, how did they pull this off? >> people are comparing to to the real life "shawshank redemption." you saw that hatch. it was in their jail cell shower. they unscrew it, climb up to this piping crawl space area, they actually kick down a cement wall, which sounds unbelievable in and tof itself, and they're then in a separate room. that door has a room that is completely unlocked. they completely walked out
before. a look at orson wells' out-of-this-world performance. >>> and anger management after chris brown's latest arrest. the singer is making a decision on his future. that's coming up in "the skinny" on this wednesday, october 30th. >>> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez. >>> all right. we begin with the obama administration facing a firestorm of criticism on two fronts. there's health care and an important hearing we will have more on that in a moment. >> but first the growing calls to stop spying on allies. here's abc's jonathan karl. >> reporter: under fire for allegedly spying on americans and america's friends. the nation's spy chief made no apologies. >> we do not spy on anyone except for valid foreign intelligence purposes and only work within the law. >> reporter: abc news has confirmed reports u.s. intelligence has listened in on the phone conversations of the leaders of 35 american allies. reports that drew sharp criticism from top members of congress in both parties. >> the reports are very disturbing. friends don't spy on fri
. >> reporter: the four escaped convicts are dillon ray, three irons, tuwynn brown, thomas wesley johnson and tristan sws cheatle. they had been convicted of burglary and other charges but together they devised a plan. pretty crafty? >> they are. >> very early sunday morning the four men were in a shower area of their cell. they climbed up through a trap door above the shower head into a small area that houses the plumbing pipes. from there they were able to work their way about 30 feet through the plumbing crawl space, break through a concrete wall into a utility room that led out of the jail. >> this opening is 12 inches 15 inches? >> pretty close. i haven't been up there. they say it's tight. >> the breakout follows the high profile case a week and a half ago of two convicted killers serving life sentences in a florida prison who simply walked out using fake documents. they were captured by federal marshalls a short time later, but the incident has authorities reviewing the protocols for florida's prison system. and now in oklahoma they'll be doing the same thing. but in the meantime,
continues and we have all the details today. >> the entertainer chris brown goes for the knockout and gets himself locked up. why the rapper is waking up in the slammer this morning down in d.c. >> he put himself in the line of fire, dodging a barrage of bullets, even being hit, all this to save a fellow officer. his heroic story and how he's being rewarded is coming your way. "fox & friends" on this monday's edition starts just about now. >> this is jimmie johnson. you're watching "fox & friends." ♪ ♪ >> jimmie johnson, nfl? or jimmie johnson the driver who almost got if fisticuffs. >> i think that is the driver. i was in dallas this weekend, the land of cowboys. >> how was that? >> it was great. i went to my daughter's homecoming. i'm exhausted. >> khoeplg -- homecoming can do that for you. >> so far the affordable care act, the rollout of obamacare has been absolutely flawless, right? i'm being funny. another debacle. last night verizon which apparently runs part of the data hub, can you hear meñ no, nobody can hear anybody in 50 states. phi stkopb says failure -- verizon says fail
to the pantry i don't see the tin but there is always one here a light brown one filled with brownies italy's major that was in here before with anywhere in the house. once a major the brownies were in the to the next top had to be the grandfather steady because he did not meet us at the airport when he got older but you had to stop here to say hi to grandpa. that is where i looked. my grandmother in to my mother often read it here with him. but my mother and grandmother would start fights and a grandfather would markets places and try to decide whether or not the fight is escalating a piece of the bathroom if it was okay he would read down then check again. this is the formal dining remains are we eight the evening meal every day. breakfast in the kitchen and acid which for lunch but this was all formal dinner meals. my grandmother sat at the end of the table. now we're at the center of the house and the biggest portrait is a the house is of my late mother and the only child than only conceive after two miscarriages. my grandmother was 39 so she was very precious and they were a very close
there is any. as a fixed job and as a article three job -- article three judge -- >> ms. brown he e m a -- ms. brown? switch gears from the adversarial process to transparency. it is the subject of some of the other recommendations. these questions are more directed to jim and judge carr. how feasible is it for judges to with an eyens toward declassification or reduction later? just assuming we're talking about prospectively as opposed to retrospectively. is this an easy matter, is a complicated, can it be done? it was mike syrians, i do not know about the other judges with whom i served or judges today -- writing an opinion, as we normally understand it, was a very unusual event. with an ordinary search warrant you do not write an opinion you look at it, if there is probable cause you issue it as a title iii order. and pfizer order you issue it. >> in the unusual circumstances -- >> what's again, -- once again, when a judge felt the need to write an opinion -- and that is often triggered by a notice from the government, if they notice something is going on that is unusual, and by the work of
their franchises best start to a season at nine. the chiefs improved to 8 and 0 after a win over the browns. chief quarterback alex smith threw for 225 yards and two scores. kansas cities will host the buffalo bills next week. >> more than 83,000 on hand to watch the 49ers take on the jackures in london. they got a chance to see the quarterback rush for two touch donees and lead for another. frank go. roe -- go. ore within for two touch donees. >> do all countries spy on each other. former secretary madeleine albright says it will. ahead on the week ahead - the fal out from the nsa surveillance program. >> why have only dozens signed up for affordable care act in mississippi. >> welcome back to al jazeera america. i'm jonathan betz. here are the top stories this half hour. >> columbia's farc release an american hostage. former marine kevin scott sutay were turned over to the red cross and a group from norway and cuba. >> a dozen carr bombs in iraq. hundreds were hurt. a group of soldiers were attacked in mosul. >> rock icon lou reed passed away at the age of 71. his literary agent say the death
of running in 2016, you're going to have conservative, scott brown who might run, he's forming a p.a.c. up in new hampshire. i don't think there's a place for scott brown in the modern republican party at least outside of new hampshire. so, it's an interesting test case for republicans in virginia but at the end of the day this is a big moment for terry mcauliffe the fact that he's being taken seriously. he's always been this fundraiser but a gap between people taking him as a serious policy guy, a serious politician and just a friend of the clintons that can raise a lot of coin. >> jim, thank you. coming up red sox says jon lester pitched a gem in game five of the world series last night. moving closer to a world series title. highlights of game five next. i'm a careful investor. when you do what i do, you think about risk. i don't like the ups and downs of the market, but i can't just sit on my cash. i want to be prepared for the long haul. ishares minimum volatility etfs. investments designed for a smoother ride. find out why 9 out of 10 large professional investors choose ishares for t
:00 p.m. he is 22, 6 feet, 180 pounds with brown hair and eyes. he had a dark backpack and i- phone 5. >> on tuesday voters in san francisco will decide on a controversial plan for a coppedo project along the waterfront. if if passes two condo buildings will be built at wash. supports say it would create a new waterfront park and hundreds of jobs, opponents say it would block views and create luxury housing few people can afford. then the governor talked to us about his involvement and support. >> it's a development and it'll generate $350 million over 60 plus years to the city. it'll create $11 million of affordable housing that none of the opponents can identity. >> we have this beautiful access to the waterfront, views of the bay bridge, views of the tower, of the ferry building, a nice park and we need to keep it that way. >> today the yes and no on proposition b campaigns plan to hold last minute get out the vote rallies. this weekend there will be special curbside drop off locations where voters can bring their vote by mail ballots, today and tomorrow the stations will be op
. new york's top cop went to brown university to give a speech. did you hear about this? instead of being welcomed graciously, he was met by protestors. >> thank you all. >> not enough. >> how many people do not want to hear? >> we're going to ask -- >> not every student believes he should have been silenced. let's meet two of the students joining me in saying thank you very much, brandon and justin vragga. good to have you guys here. let's start with you -- >> thanks for having us on. >> -- brandon. i understand you were able to go and be inside that auditorium. tell us what was going on. i heard the commissioner talking on a local station the other day, friday, and he said that it was his impression that it wasn't students, that it was maybe people from the outside who were able to come in, the public essentially. is that what you got? was that the gist? >> i would say that's probably accurate. it seems to me like almost half the auditorium was filled with people who didn't want to hear him speak and maybe half of that was people from the community, people from providence who s
. >>> and the pop star chris brown back in trouble again. he's still on probation for assaulting the singer rihanna and now faces serious new charges. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room."
father went into the master bathroom, she saw her mother floating in brown liquid and that her mother was fully clothed and she was fully in the tub. but she did not say that her head was next to the spout of the shower, which is inconsistent with what martin macneill is saying. >> jean casares, thank you very much. >>> still to come, we have breaking news, a secret report reveals that the white house knew, knew the obama care web site had problems weeks before the launch. well, they haven't said that before. so why? why was it ignored? >>> plus dramatic testimony at the trial of the costa concordia captain. how witnesses, including his girlfriend at the time, describe the moments before the ship went down. >>> and one of the most exciting moments ever. we're going to show you the entire video in tonight's shout out. this one, amazing! ido more with less with buless energy. hp is helping ups do just that. soon, the world's most intelligent servers, designed by hp, will give ups over twice the performance, using forty percent less energy. multiply that across over a thousand locations,
the gang together: maple brown sugar, strawberry, blueberry. yeah, a little family reunion. strawberry, your whole grains are showing. ooops! [ female announcer ] try frosted mini-wheats hot or cold. in 8 delicious flavors. . test test . >>> good morning, everyone. looking live at our camera, the golden gate bridge looking foggy this morning. i'm kris sanchez along with meteorologist rob mayeda. >> good morning. san francisco a little extra moisture, they're keeping the temperatures up where it's dryer. temperatures closer to 40 in fairfield. you'll see a cold front come through this afternoon. high clouds passing by behind it, gusty, northerly winds, temperaturewise not too bad today. 70 inland today, tomorrow turning cooler. the big headlines will be the gusty winds which may get to 45 miles an hour in the hills. sunday's highs mostly in the 60s. >>. >> it is finally over, the votes counted and union leaders announced a ratification of the vote. 2,300 employees bart employees were eligible to cast ballots. the contract, which expires in june 2017 has a no-strike clause. >> and we con
, at brown university, boo'd basically for stop and frisk. >> if i did that in my college, manhattan college, christian brothers would have thrown me out of school. if we boo'd anybody and was disrespectful to a man who was a united states marine, lifetime police officer, ran the emergency services unit, saved lives, and saved thousands of lives since he's commissioner of new york city, what have they done for us on terrorism? you boo that man? you're out of school. >> we should define for people that do not know, he was asked to go speak at brown and he shows up and got shouted down. >> what kind of school is this? >> a $55,000 school with the best of the best. do you know what it takes to get in there? unbelievable hoops and ladders. >> do they teach the first amendment? do they teach the history? >> does this come from the administration? >> of course it does. if you or i ran that school and they did that, out. it wouldn't matter, if president obama went there to explain obamacare and they boo'd president obama, they should be thrown out of the school. president obama has a right to go ex
. on a lighter note, we export a few other things -- we export this brown liquid that people seem to know, by the name of jack daniels. i say i am the governor of tennessee. they say, oh jack daniels, dolly parton. we got it. we have some other nice things we export. we are not alone for music, not just country. on the sweeter note, we make 300 m&m's everyday, and unilever announced they are building the world's largest ice cream plant in tennessee. from chemicals to automobiles to sugar, we have you covered. in me talk about the stakes terms of free-trade agreements and the impact. soon after coming into office, audi was looking at locating a plant somewhere very they ended nt. a $1.3 billion investme they ended up in mexico. there are a lot of reasons. for governors, when a plant locates an artist state is -- in our state, it is because the governor did a great sales job. one of the reasons here were the tariffs to import, to export from the u.s., 10% to europe and 30% to purcell. we are relatively confident -- 30% to brazil. one of the reason that investment that went to mexico is beca
people saw it. >>> the ravens are shaking up their roster. they signed twlac and brown from the practice squad. to make room they cut huff and spears. >>> stay with wjz 13, maryland's news station. up next, harrison ford has a preview of his new si-fi movie. best selling author ann rice will be on the program as well. you disgust me. prove it. enough is enough. d-con baits are specially formulated to kill in one feeding. guaranteed. d-con. get out. >>> pretentious, infatuous, idiot. >> infatuous idiot who makes three times what you make. >> that's our show for this morning. see you tomorrow folks. good-bye. >> good-bye. >> good-bye. >> good-bye. >> and good-bye. >> good-bye. >> bye. >> bye. >> bye. >> >> welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up this half hour harrison ford's movies have covered the speck item. there was a movie he made a long time ago. >>> and best-selling vampire an reich. one of the most important stories in a city she calls home. you'll see that only on "cbs this morning." that's ahead. >> reporter: the "washington post" says veterans made
brown, mr. hastings, mr. mica, mr. crenshaw, mr. miller, mr. diaz-balart, ms. wasserman schultz, mr. bilirakis, mr. buchanan, ms. castor, mr. posey, mr. rooney, mr. deutch, mr. nugent, mr. ross, mr. southerland, mr. webster, ms. wilson, mr. grayson, mr. desantis, ms. frankel, mr. garcia, mr. murphy, mr. radel, mr. yoho. other members in attendance, mr. cantor, ms. pelosi, mr. hoyer, mr. mccarthy of california, mr. young of alaska, mr. sfwren, mr. rogers of kentucky, mr. wolf, mr. visclosky, mr. bishop of georgia, mr. calvert, mr. mckeon, mr. frelinghuysen, ms. jackson lee of texas, mr. lay them, mr. price of north carolina, mr. aderholt, ms. granger, mr. sessions, mr. carter, mr. cole, mr. king of iowa, mr. gohmert, mr. roe of tennessee, mr. nunnelee, and r. womack. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to clause 12-a of rule 1, the chair declares the house in recess until approximately 4:00 p.m. toda house when members return at 4:00 p.m. eastern. off the floor lawmakers are holding a number of hearings ing problems with healthcare.gov. you can see the hearing live tomorrow morning at
city. when he went to brown city he was booed and heckled to the point where he couldn't even get to speak. there was no opportunity for political discourse. he came on a local fox news show in the morning here in new york city and said on friday that he was told that it was people from basically out of the school. it wasn't necessarily students. it was people who had agenda. >> sad day for brown university in general. say that because, you know, at what point did we decide as a society there is no room for civil discourse, for disagreement and there is no learning opportunity in so doing. >> joe cordero thank you for joining us today. >> thank you. >> we could talk about all day. thank you. >>> somebody left her with no way to get to work taking off her her bike. she left this for the thief. her letter gone viral. and this morning she has the last laugh. the very happy ending coming up next. joe is very interested in this as a former nypd. what are you going to do with all that leftover halloween candy? send it my way. send it joe's way. tucker's way? >> when we made our commitme
, senator blunt and senator brown have a bipartisan bill in the senate. there is a bipartisan bill in the house. a couple of areas that we've been working with the business community on his long-term unemployment. just making sure that we are talking to copies about making sure they don't have screens that unintentionally, you know, don't you people who may have been unemployed for six or seven months or a year, don't give them a chance to at least interview to prevent that negative recycle. you could get a real change from companies, large and small, those things could help. we are talking to colleges about college cost and value and what they can do to help more low-income students. so one thing to be very clear is, legislation is the path to many of the very big things we need to do, but it's not the only way to make progress. we spent a lot of time on a national economic council on legislative proposals, but we spent a lot of time showing how we can move the ball forward on some of these serious issues like advanced manufacturing, long-term unemployment, with or without new leg
buddha brown. the story notes that sebelius apologized to the american public but her bosses not .ooking back host: we are taking your thoughts and comments on entsleen sebelius' comm yesterday to the house energy and commerce committee. julieg us to do that is rovner of npr. julie, thank you for coming on. guest: good morning. host: i want to start by the two pictures up "politico" was pointing out was being merged. what was the president trying to do? guest: the president was trying to take a little heat off of secretary sebelius. the committee tried to have her up earlier, and she had deferred saying that she had a calendar conflict, try to keep her away from the hearing. when the pressure got too hot, she agreed to go up and testified before the committee, although she really kept her hours of a lot of frustrated and democrats and republicans talking about the website and this new controversy that has emerged about these cancellation letters going out, whether or not people really can keep their health plans. i think they sent the president to boston so they could kind of have anothe
the veterans that we serve. i also have the pleasure of having the jesse brown va medical center, which is named for the former secretary who had a very distinguished career in both military and as secretary of veterans affairs, and his service to the country. so we certainly want to extol the virtues of those facilities and what they do. i think it is most unfortunate that this kind of hearing is necessary. mr. griffin, let me ask you, the ig report highlights inappropriate and unauthorized use of government purchase cards to spend more than $200,000 at the 2011 conference. basically when conference planners want to spend money on the conferences, they just charged it to the government credit cards, even when they went over there authorized limits and didn't have approvals, is that correct? >> that's correct. >> and at least seven employees did this? >> i'm sorry, how many? >> seven. >> yes. >> the report also indicated that the primary event planner was able to circumvent his $3000 purchasing limit by making 10 separate purchases totaling more than $100,000, is that correct? >> that's
as well, possibly jerry brown after he gets re-elected by a large margin as governor of california. he's only a little older than hillary clinton. elizabeth warren would be under a lot of pressure to get in. i think she would do very well should hillary not run. of course, joe biden would be running as well be. but that's not the expectation right now. the expectation within the democratic party, and lynn may have better sources on this than i do, is that hillary clinton will essentially be kor nated as the democratic nominee. >> lynn, let's take a listen to part of andrea mitchell's report on the book. here it is. >> the book has new details on obama's edgy relationship with bill clinton. when the two tried to bond over a round of golf, obama couldn't even finish 18 holes, telling an aide, i like him in doses. and the author is right. after the famously talkative clinton held obama captive during a campaign event in new york, they were supposed to share a one-on-one meal, but obama couldn't handle anymore undiluted clinton, so invited aides to join. >> so this from andrea's report. yo
," that has nothing to do with zombies. >> it was the vaccine they gave everyone. >> yeah, by kenneth brown's wife -- >> i bring you news that michael jackson's doctor is coming back from prison. >> the news i want is michael jackson's coming back and that would be -- >>> coming up, we have other news, talked about twitter's ipo, but another social network may be headed for public offering. and then we're going to talk to an analyst about apple's quarterly report coming out after the "closing bell." back in a moment with more "squawk." twins. i didn't see them coming. i have obligations. cute obligations, but obligations. i need to rethink the core of my portfolio. what i really need is sleep. introducing the ishares core, building blocks for the heart of your portfolio. find out why 9 out of 10 large professional investors choose ishares for their etfs. ishares by blackrock. call 1-800-ishares for a prospectus which includes investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses. read and consider it carefully before investing. risk includes possible loss of principal. >>> welcome back >>> wel
care he was a state delegate, scott brown said. we worked on this together. mitt romney came over to people's houses when they were at barbecues, democrats, saying what is it going to take to get you involved. by the time they were passing this, they were able to explain it to the citizens of massachusetts together. not blame each other. there's a fundamental difference. >> it was a bipartisan effort to slowly implement. >> overwhelmingly bipartisan. >> exactly. when you look at the affordable care act there was not a single republican vote when it went through the congress. what's interesting is as you watch the president's apologists line up saying he didn't mean that and he didn't mean this. what he meant, turns out "the new york times" yesterday when referring to the fact that the president of the united states 100, 200, maybe 500 times said if you like your health care, you can keep it, they say, "the new york times" says he simply misspoke. look at that. i just misspoke. they said mr. obama misspoke when he said by law insurers cannot continue to sell policies that don't pro
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